Getting Started with Government Grants (2-Part Webinar Series) - Recording
Format: Recorded Webinars
To purchase a single webinar for $45, please select a webinar from the list below.
Organizations seeking to diversify their funding may see government grants as the ideal option. But where does an organization even begin with government funding? Is it the right funding option for your organization? How is applying for federal funding different than applying for foundation funding? And is your organization ready to manage a government grant if you receive one?
Learn what you need to know about government funding before you apply, and hear an expert grant reviewer’s advice on what government agencies are looking for in your proposal.
CFRE Education Points for both recorded webinars: 3
How it works:
Within one business day of your registration, you will receive an e-mail with a link to create your online account at our eLearning platform, Bridge.
Small to large organizations interested in starting a government grants program in their organization
How it works: Soon after registering for the session, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to log in and participate in the webinar.
Webinar fee entitles purchaser to one computer log-in which cannot be shared. In addition, no refunds, transfers or credits will be issued for missed sessions. If you miss a session, a recording of the webinar may be provided.
Cheryl L. Kester:
Cheryl Kester (CRFE), is Principal of The Kester Group and co-author of Writing to Win Federal Grants: A Must-Have for Your Fundraising Toolbox and its companion workbook (forthcoming). She has more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and has been a grants professional since 1999. Today, her firm specializes in winning federal grants and serving as an external evaluator. Since 1999, Cheryl has helped secure more than $96 million in funding from grants and contracts. An engaging speaker, she serves as a plenary speaker, teaches workshops on all aspects of grantseeking, and presents at conferences. She also serves as a grant reviewer for private and federal funders.